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Sheryl Bossons, owner of Shooz on 97, is sounding an alarm as she struggles to keep her full-service Westside shoe store open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The community needs to know if they want to see a business continue in this location, they have to support it,” she said. 
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Phantom Creek Estates CEO Santiago Cilley takes a seat on the patio, glass of wine in hand, and a huge smile breaks across his face.

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Up to 40 people will be able to tap into an online training program at Okanagan College and gain work experience to prepare them for jobs in the hospitality industry.

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Swoop, WestJet's budget airline, is returning to Kelowna this fall, after bypassing the airport on its summer schedule.

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Kelowna-based Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp. (AEM) has found a new address to call home

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An Okanagan entrepreneur and tech industry trainer has been nominated for the 2020 BraveIT Award, a technology honour that acknowledges bravery in information technology.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Westside’s Indigenous World Spirits, the distillery of Indigenous World Wines, has joined distilleries across Canada in making hand sanitizer to help keep people safe.

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West Kelowna got its fifth recreational cannabis store Sunday as the Skye Cannabis Co. opened at 103 —1192 Industrial Rd., near the Town Pantry and A & W.

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The importance of growing quality grapes was recognized Friday morning as Karnail Singh Sidhu, proprietor, manager and viticulturalist at West Kelowna’s Kalala Organic Winery received the B.C. Grapegrowers’ Association’s inaugural Viticulturalist of the Year award.

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Annie’s Cafe and Lounge at Frind Estate Winery has been open for close to three weeks now. Named after winery proprietor Markus Frind’s wife, Annie, it’s got a more casual feel than many winery eateries.

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At Mount Boucherie’s new winery in West Kelowna, there’s an irreverent attitude soaked in serious wine.

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Flair Airlines is coming back to Kelowna with service to Calgary and Edmonton starting on July 16.

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J.K. Schmidt Jewellers has been on West Kelowna’s Main Street for 42 years and after closing briefly due to COVID-19, the family business is happy to be back open.

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As soon as Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said it was OK to do so, Kelly O’Bryan’s restaurant on the Westside swung its doors wide open.

As B.C. is carefully restarting its economy, the West Kelowna Wine Trail is reopening after being closed for two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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